University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) Result 2019 is scheduled for 31 December, 2019. The result is the next step after the declaration of the final answer key. It will be in form of a scorecard that will feature a candidate’s raw score, percentile and whether or not he has qualified for Assistant Professor and JRF. It is available on ugcnet.nta.nic.in. The number of candidates who get through the exam are 6% of the total number of candidates who appear for paper 1 and 2. Also, the reservation policy of the government plays an essential role in deciding who is able to meet the cut off. Below are all the details pertaining to the UGC NET 2019 Result.
UGC NET 2019 Result
UGC NET 2019 Result is the final step of the examination. After the students check their response with the standard answer key, the result is declared. Along with the result, the cut off for each category is stated. Moreover, the JRF qualification is also mentioned alongside.
Below are the important dates with respect to the UGC NET Result 2019-
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|UGC NET 2019||Dates|
|Application Form Date||9 September 2019|
|Exam Dates||2 December 2019, 3 December 2019, 4 December 2019, 5 December 2019, 6 December 2019|
|Last Date to Apply||9 October 2019|
|Application Form Correction Date||18 October to 25 October 2019|
|Admit Card Date||9 November 2019|
|Result Date||31 December 2019|
Result: The UGC NET 2019 Result will be available at ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
Important Facts about the UGC NET 2019 Result
The aspirants who intend to appear for the December attempt must keep certain things in mind. Moreover, all these facts are considered while framing the result. So, consequently it is of utmost importance to the examine.
- Firstly, 6% of the candidates who appear for both paper 1 and 2 qualify for the post of Assistant Professor. Furthermore, the Government reservation policy is taken into account for filling the slots.
- Secondly, candidates from each category have to meet a minimum required to be eligible for ‘Assistant Professor and JRF’. Unreserved candidates need a minimum of 40%. In the similar vein, the reserved candidates need 35%.
- Thirdly, NTA has declared the following formula to calculate the number of candidates who qualify from a particular category-
Number of qualified candidates from a category, say OBC (Non-creamy layer) for English Literature= Number of candidates who have secured at least 35% aggregate in the subject*Number of seats for OBC NCL students/Total number of OBC NCL candidates who have 35% aggregate across all subjects
- Furthermore, only those candidates are eligibile for JRF who have applied for both ‘Assistant Professor and JRF’.
- Again, the JRF seats are allocated as per the Government Reservation Policy. For instance, if NTA has to determine the SC candidates who qualify JRF, they will use the following formula–
JRF candidates for SC category= Number of candidates who have opted for both JRF and Assistant Professor and qualified the criteria*Number of JRF slots for SC category/Total number of candidates across all categories who have opted for JRF and have qualified for Assistant Professor
How to Calculate the UGC NET Score?
NTA provides a marking scheme for calculating the raw score. The raw score is consequently the basis for result formation.
Raw Score= 2*Number of correct attempts
Process to Check the UGC NET Result 2019
Knowing the process for checking the result is next in line. Now that all the details regarding the result are laid, the procedure is important. Below are the steps for checking the result-
Step 1: Visit the website
- Visit the official website.
- Click on the ‘View UGC NET Result 2019’ tab.
Step 2: Enter the login credentials
- Log in to the portal by entering your unique application number, password (date of birth) and security pin.
Step 3: Download the result
- Finally, the result appears. Download it as a documented proof for future reference.
*Note: The result is not subject to any change under any circumstance. NTA does not provide provision for re-evaluation.
Frequently asked Questions
No. It is mandatory to choose the ‘JRF and Assistant Professor’ option in case you wish to avail JRF.
6% of the total applicants qualify NET each year. Among these 6% people are some high scorers who meet the JRF cut-off.
A candidate gets INR 31,000/month through Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for his research studies. This amount increases to INR 35,000/month from the third year. From the third year, the candidate is elevated to the Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) stature.